"And as I walked through the infinite halls of revisitation, I came across a human specimen. Or rather, what used to be a human. Then again, he or she never was anything but this, so it stands to reason that a human would not classify this as of the same species, neither now, or ever.
The skin was separate, most of the muscles split up. And all the organs, veins, the nervous system, virtually every connection present in the human body, was split up into a wide area, kept in place and alive by restraint systems, filigree support connections, accelerators, and separation barriers. The body was safe, healthy, and functional, but by the looks, it was not human. It was grown this way, more like a plant than a physically acting being. Yet healthier than any other human in existence.
What was remarkable was that the same separation had been applied to the brain. What was usually one more or less solid block of logic interconnection had been split into millions of sectors, connected by artific